Source | LinkedIn | John Rampton | Entrepreneur
Night owls might be creative, but early risers are richer and more productive. Entrepreneurs who want to make it big should ditch the late-night brainstorm sessions and hit the hay early to help their companies grow.
By waking up earlier than most, I have time to exercise, eat breakfast and go over everything I have planned for the entire day. Many founders haven’t even hit snooze — which is another habit you’ll want to ditch. When the alarm goes off, get up. Anyone can be an early riser with a little practice. The simplest way to achieve your prime wake-up timeframe is to roll back your alarm by 15 minutes each night.
You’ll know you have “arrived” at you premium time because you will get all the things done that you want to before work — and you will not feel rushed anymore. The important thing is to stick to your schedule — even on the weekends, so you don’t get off your groove and struggle come Monday morning.